All-around play helped SIM fend off a second-half scare and beat five-time champions NTU 64--62 for their first ever IVP Women's Basketball Championship title.
SIM and NTU got the best of their respective semi-final opponents to set up a second clash, this time in the final of the IVP Women's Basketball Championship.
Thrower Melissa Yee struck gold again on the last day of the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) track and field competition with a second gold medal and new personal best in discus throw, while National University of Singapore (NUS) had a clean sweep of the overall titles for the fourth year running.
National pole vaulter Chan Sheng Yao clinched his first ever IVP gold medal and set a new men’s pole vault record at 4.71m to complete a strong comeback after failing to clear any height in last year's competition.
Shermaine See (NTU #5), Amanda Lim (NTU #9) and Au Zi Yi (NT #18) scored game-high 17 points each to propel NTU past SIM and secure a spot in the final.
Despite game-high 16 points from Bryan Gregory Kor (SIM #11), a balanced scoring from NTU gave NTU the victory.
Star goal shooter Tan Xin Yi scored nearly two-thirds of National University of Singapore tally as they steamrolled past Singapore Institute of Management 83-46 in their opening match of the Singapore University Games netball competition.
Hanna scored a sensational second-half free kick to propel the National University of Singapore (NUS) to a 2-1 win over Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) in this year's Singapore University Games women's football competition.